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Title:How Different Are Indonesian and Malay?!

In this video we'll examine the differences between Malay and Indonesian. Are they different enough to be considered different languages? * Are you learning Indonesian? Click the link to get a free account at IndonesianPod101: (Note: if you upgrade to a premium plan, Langfocus receives a small referral fee that helps support this channel.!) Well, modern Indonesian and modern Malay (including the Malaysian, Bruneian, and Singaporean varieties) all developed from a slightly older form of Malay. Indonesian was the Malay language until 1928 when Indonesian nationalists gave it the name "Indonesian" so that it could help unify their nation. Since then, Indonesian has developed in one direction, and Malay in other countries has developed in another direction, so that they are no longer exactly the same. But not so much time has passed, so they are very similar to each other, especially in their standard forms. Whether or not they are a single language is up for debate, and depends partly on whether you focus mainly on the standard languages or spoken dialects. Special thanks to Irfan Radzman for his Malay samples and valuable information, and Enrile Fariz for his Indonesian samples and feedback! 1:13 - 1:19 contains a map image originally from lazardi wong jogya's video: Support Langfocus on Patreon: Special thanks to these current patrons: Andres Resendez Borgia, Anjo Barnes, Auguste Fields, Behnam Esfahbod, Bennett Seacrist, Brandon Gonzalez, Brian Michalowski, Clark Roth, Fiona de Visser, Georgina Toland, Guillermo Jimenez, Jacob Madsen, John Moffat, Marcelo Loureiro, Matthew Etter, Michael Arbagi, Michael Cuomo, Nobbi Lampe-Strang, Patrick W., Paul Boychuk, Rosalind Resnick, Ruben Sanchez Jr, Sebastian Langshaw, ShadowCrossZero, Victoria Goh, Vincent David, Yuko Sunda, [APG]RoboCop[CL], Adam Fitch, Adam Powell, Adam Vanderpluym, Alberto del Angel, Alex Hanselka, Ali Muhammed Alshehri, Andrew Hopkins, Andrew Woods, Angeline Biot, Aous Mansouri, Artur Kondrashin, Ashley Dierolf, Atsushi Yoshida, Avital Levant, Bartosz Czarnotta, Brent Warner, Brian Begnoche, Brian Morton, Bron X, Bruce Schultz, Bruce Stark, Bruno Filippi, Carl saloga, Charis T'Rukh, Chelsea Boudreau, Christian Langreiter, Christopher Lowell, David Anglin, David LeCount, Diane Young, divad, Divadrax, Don Ross, Donald Tilley, Duha54rus, Edward Wilson, Elzbieta Koziel, Eric Loewenthal, Erin Robinson Swink, fatimahl, Florian Breitwieser, Gary Walker, Grace Wagner, Gus Polly, Hannes Egli, Harry Kek, Henri Saussure, Ina Mwanda, Jack Jackson, James and Amanda Soderling, James Lillis, Jay Bernard, Jens Aksel Takle, JESUS FERNANDO MIRANDA BARBOSA, JK Nair, JL Bumgarner, John Masucci, Justin Faist, Kevin J. Baron, Klaw117, Konrad, Kristian Erickson, Laura Morland, Leo Barudi, Lincoln Hutton, Lorraine Inez Lil, M.Aqeel Afzal, Mahmoud Hashemi, Margaret Langendorf, Maria Comninou, Mariana Bentancor, Mark, Mark Grigoleit, Mark Kemp, Maurice Chou, Merrick Bobb, Michael Regal, Mike Frysinger, mimichi, Mohammed A. Abahussain, Nicholas Gentry, Nicole Tovar, Oleksandr Ivanov, Oto Kohulák, Panot, Patriot Nurse, Pauline Pavon, Paulla Fetzek, Peter Andersson, Peter Nikitin, Peter Scollar, Pomax, Raymond Thomas, Renato Paroni de Castro, Rick Gerritzen, Rob Hoskins, Robert Sheehan, Robert Williams, Roland Seuhs, Ronald Brady, Saffo Papantonopoulou, Samuel Croes, Scott Irons, Scott Russell, Sergio Pascalin, Shoji AKAO, Sierra Rooney, Simon Blanchet, Spartak Kagramanyan, Steeven Lapointe, Stefan Reichenberger, Suzanne Jacobs, Teodor Bordei, Theophagous, Thomas Chapel, Tomáš Pauliček, Tryggurhavn, veleum, William O Beeman, William Shields, yasmine jaafar. Video chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:47 The historical connection between Malay and Indonesian 01:58 Historical spelling differences between Malay and Indonesian 02:32 Different colonial loanwords in Malay and Indonesian 05:28 Other differences in everyday vocabulary 10:21 Informal Malay and Indonesian: Sentence 1 breakdown 14:20 Informal Malay and Indonesian: Sentence 2 breakdown 16:10 Final comments 17:18 The Question of the Day Music Main: “Gisele Revisited” By South London Hi-Fi Outro: “Time Illusionist” by Asher Fulero.


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